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    A Magic Christmas

    Presented by Andak Stage Company at NewPlace Theatre Center, 4900 Vineland Ave., North Hollywood. Thu.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 2 & 7 p.m. Dec. 3-Jan. 8, 2006. (818) 506-8462.

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    Classical Savion

    Presented by the Joyce Theater Foundation Inc. in association with Nederlander Worldwide Entertainment LLC in association with Savion Worldwide LLC & Columbia Artists Theatricals at the Joyce Theater, 175 Eighth Ave., NYC, Jan. 4-23.

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    Altar Boyz

    Presented by Ken Davenport & Robyn Goodman in association with Walt Grossman, Ruth Hendel, Sharon Karmazin, Matt Murphy, and Mark Shacket, casting by David Caparelliotis, at Dodger Stages, 340 W. 50 St., NYC. Opened March 1 for an open run.

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    Portrait of Ten Women

    Garcia is intent upon exploding the hundreds of ill-informed, often life-threatening myths about AIDS, and here her script is at its most devastating.

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    Buglisi/Foreman Dance

    Self-presented at the Joyce Theater, 175 Eighth Ave., NYC, Jan. 25-30.

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    Trout Stanley

    Sugar has decided there's nothing to live for and is ready to end it all -- when a stranger named Trout Stanley shows up unexpectedly at her door.

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    THE MAIDS

    Deciding to launch a theatrical production company with a play by Jean Genet must presage some kind of artistic death wish, second only to casting oneself as Hamlet. Luckily the brave souls who present this mounting of a remarkably difficult classic are well up to the task. Led by director ...

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    THE EYES OF BABYLON

    What Jeff Key has done with his remarkable one-person memoir is to reinvent what it means to be an American hero. Deployed as a U.S. serviceman to uphold what is called "Operation Iraqi Freedom," Key journalized the experience of encountering a valiant people living their lives surrounded by a ...

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    Scout's Honor

    Claudia Jaffee, director of West Coast Ensemble's To Kill a Mockingbird, is out on the sidewalk in front of the theatre one recent hot Sunday afternoon, taking a break from auditioning actors. Standing under the theatre's awning, she is deep in conversation with her producer about how best ...